Step through the glass front door and descend the mosaic tiled stair into the dining room and bar – you’ll be transported to another time and place – a Parisian bistro in the 1930’s – found on any avenue in any of Paris’ 20 arrondissements. Rich red leather and velvet upholstery and large, ornate mirrors give the room a warm, lived-on look. The beautifully crafted, custom metalwork, tin ceiling and black and white tile floors lend an authenticity to the décor. Whether you prefer a seat at the bar or a table in the dining room, it’s the perfect place to sit and enjoy a glass of chilled Bordeaux blanc and a plate of garlicky Escargot Bourguignonne. The menu is classic bistro fare – the genuine article – no haute cuisine here, rather the food Maman would have served on a Sunday afternoon.
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